Wednesday, May 19 will be the Elementary PBIS Celebration Day. The theme for this day is: Mix Match Day. Both in-person and virtual learners are invited to dress up and celebrate how hard they have been working to follow the 4 B’s.
Schoharie Central School students, faculty and staff have united behind these expectations: Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be Safe, and Be a Community to develop a positive school environment through PBIS, a proven, research-based program. PBIS helps students learn positive and appropriate behaviors and schools to maintain a safe learning environment where teachers can teach and students can learn. A positive school culture supports and promotes educational growth, achievement and academic success for all students.
A proactive approach, PBIS unites students, faculty, staff, parents, guardians, families and the community behind clear and consistent expectations and goals that build upon students’ strengths, reward good behaviors and discourage problem behaviors by identifying both consequences and paths to relearning and self-improvement. Through PBIS, students learn life skills that benefit them far beyond the walls of the classroom.